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APPENDIX B                                    151

York-Antwerp Rules, 1950                 York-Antwerp Rules, 1924

is afloat no loss or damage caused
by working the machinery and
boilers, including loss or damage
due to compounding of engines or
such measures, shall in any circum-
stances be made good as general
average.

Hole VUL—Expenses Lightening a
Ship when Ashore, and Conse-
quent Damage

When a ship is ashore and cargo
and ship's fuel and stores or any of
them are discharged as a general
average act the extra cost of light-
ening, lighter hire and re-shipping
(if incurred), and the loss or damage
sustained thereby, sl^all be admitted
as general average.

Bute TX,T—Ship's Materials 2nd
Stores Burnt for Fuel

Ship's materials and stores* or any
of them, necessarily burnt for fuel
for the common, safety at a time of
peril, shall be admitted as general
average, when and only when an
ample supply of fuel had been pro-
vided; but the estimated quantity
of fuel that would have been con-
sumed, calculated at the price cur-
rent at the ship's last port of
departure at the date of her leaving,
shall be credited to the general
average.

Bole X (a).—Expenses at Fort of
Refuge, etc.

When a ship shall have entered a
port or place of refuge, or shall have
returned to her port or place of
loading in consequence of accident,
sacrifice or other extraordinary
circumstances, which render that
necessary for the common safety,
the expenses of entering such port
or place shall be admitted as
general average; and when she
shall have sailed thence with her
original cargo, or part of it, the
corresponding expenses of leaving
such port or place consequent upon
such entry or return shall likewise
be admitted as general average*

When a ship is at any port or
place of refuge and is necessarily
removed to another port or place
because repairs cannot be carried
out in the first port or place, the

or damage caused by working the
machinery and boilers shall be made
good as general average.

Rule VIII.—Same

Rule IX.—Same

ETTLE X (a).—Expenses at Port of
Refuge, etc.

When a ship shall have entered a
port or place of refuge, or shall
have returned to her port or place
of loading, in consequence of acci-
dent, sacrifice or other extraordinary
drcumstances, which render that
necessary for the common safety,
the expenses of entering such port
or place shall be admitted as general
average; and when she shall have
sailed thence with her original cargo
or a part of it, the corresponding
expenses of leaving such port or
place consequent upon such entry
or return shall likewise be admitted
as general average.